Category Archives: North Carolina Politics

The Left’s tactics of conflict and confusion

  Conflict is the essential core of a free and open society. Saul Alinsky, Rules for Radicals   Historically, political leftists have learned to use vocabulary to promote “human hurts, hopes, and frustrations” that result in “conditioned, negative, emotional response.” … Continue reading

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Repeal the political Left

True to form and fantasy the Wilmington StarNews Editorial Board demands that the North Carolina State legislature (General Assembly) repeal the infamous “Bathroom Bill” HB2—“and fast.” Why? Because “North Carolina could be shut out of many major sports events for … Continue reading

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Fighting for freedom from corrupt government

About half of the American population seems oblivious to deceit and false witness of the political Left. Worse, many of them support its vindictive and subversive political candidates. They are not above committing voter fraud and promoting fake news to … Continue reading

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Fighting the political Left

North Carolina is sometimes called a political “battleground” State—no single candidate or party has overwhelming support in securing the State’s electoral college votes. In recent years that word applies more literally because of many relentless attacks by radical leftist/liberal/progressive groups … Continue reading

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Breaking animal news and politics

Animal activities showed up in the North Carolina Wilmington StarNews this past week. The paper has regular, copious reports and pictures featuring house pets, ocean turtle hospitalization-releases and various other bizarre, tear-jerking stories and promotions about domestic animals. The following … Continue reading

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The problem with government

In the 2012 book, First in Freedom, Transforming Ideas Into Consequences for North Carolina, published by the John Locke Foundation in Raleigh, Chairman John Hood wrote the final chapter—North Carolina 6.0: A new operating system for state government. Mr. Hood … Continue reading

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Unanswered political questions in North Carolina

Here in North Carolina the Kay Hagan vs.Thom Tillis for U. S. Senate debates have ended. Thank goodness. Of course, they weren’t really debates—mostly they were denunciation declarations: As the incumbent Democrat senator, “She voted with Obama 96 percent of … Continue reading

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